With the latest dental technology, we are able to offer you a range of options concerning tooth replacement. No longer will you need to feel ashamed or embarrassed by your smile because you’re missing one or more of your natural teeth. Depending on your needs and your requests, we can provide you with quick and long-lasting replacement that gives you the confidence to smile once again.
Full and Partial Dentures
Dentures are a great go-to option for patients who are missing a lot of teeth. Partial dentures are worn similarly to an orthodontic retainer and have several teeth attached to the prosthesis. A full denture helps to replace an entire arch of missing teeth so that functionality and aesthetics are restored. Full and partial dentures can last for many years and provide you with a beautifully full smile that you can feel proud to show off.
Implants are made out of titanium and use your own bone to help create a secured anchor for crowns, bridge work and even dentures. Implants are inserted deep into the bone and undergo a process known as osseointegration over the course of several months. This means that the implant’s post itself will bond with the bone and stay firmly in place for decades to come.
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Porcelain Dental Bridges
Bridges are long-lasting restorations that can be used to replace one or more missing teeth. The outermost portion of the bridge will attach to existing teeth while the innermost portion of the restoration sits on top of the gum line to give the appearance of a full, healthy-looking smile. Bridges are great for patients who wouldn’t be good candidates for implants.
All-On-4 Dental Implants
With four strategically placed implants, we can keep your denture securely in place without the use of gels, adhesive creams and strips. The implants are placed so that the denture can be snapped into place and removed as needed to keep it clean. Because implants can last for three decades or more, you’ll benefit from a relatively permanent solution to your dental problems.
If you would like to learn more about our tooth replacement options, call our office today and we can help to answer all of your questions.